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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 20 | element is the kindling of the blood about the ~heart; but the 2 1, 39 | instance, "he is a man of blood" - that is, he is a man 3 1, 39 | is a man who sheds much ~blood [multi sanguinis]. So, because 4 1, 60 | social love, while he loves a blood ~relation with natural affection, 5 1, 76 | which is ~mingled with the blood; the other, spiritual, which 6 1, 39 | instance, "he is a man of blood" - that is, he is a man 7 1, 39 | is a man who sheds much ~blood [multi sanguinis]. So, because 8 1, 61 | social love, while he loves a blood ~relation with natural affection, 9 1, 75 | which is ~mingled with the blood; the other, spiritual, which 10 1, 91 | Sacraments flowed - namely, blood and water - on which the 11 1, 110 | when an animal sleeps, the blood descends in ~abundance to 12 1, 113 | is not ~against flesh and blood; but against Principalities 13 1, 118 | way thereto; such is the blood, and the like. Wherefore 14 2, 22 | to be "a kindling of the blood about ~the heart." Hence 15 2, 45 | whose lungs contain much blood, are more daring, through 16 2, 46 | will not be ~satisfied with blood." Anger, on the other hand, 17 2, 48 | anger is ~fervor of the blood around the heart, resulting 18 2, 48 | anger produces fervor of the blood and ~vital spirits around 19 2, 48 | warmth of the air and of the blood. For this reason ~sanguine 20 2, 48 | the liver," because of the blood being formed ~there. On 21 2, 79 | I ~will require his blood at thy hand." Now God cannot 22 2, 80 | when an animal ~sleeps, the blood descends in abundance to 23 2, 87 | you may ~come all the just blood that hath been shed upon 24 2, 89 | who hath esteemed the blood of the ~testament unclean, 25 2, 96 | his nose, ~bringeth out blood"; and (Mt. 9:17) that if " 26 2, 100 | shalt not stand against the blood of thy neighbor": ~likewise 27 2, 101 | the ~people by His own blood" (Heb. 13:12). Hence this 28 2, 102 | bullocks? ~Or shall I drink the blood of goats?" Therefore such 29 2, 102 | the victims, ~namely, the blood, the fat, the breastbone 30 2, 102 | and fat of fatlings, and blood of calves and lambs ~and 31 2, 102 | universal rule that the blood and fat were not allotted ~ 32 2, 102 | or of the offerers: the blood being ~poured out at the 33 2, 102 | idolaters used to drink the blood and ~eat the fat of the 34 2, 102 | forbidden ~the use of the blood that they might abhor the 35 2, 102 | abhor the shedding of human blood; ~wherefore it is written ( 36 2, 102 | Gn. 9:4,5): "Flesh with blood you shall not eat: ~for 37 2, 102 | for I will require the blood of your lives": and they 38 2, 102 | reverence due to God: because blood is most necessary for ~life, 39 2, 102 | life" is said to be "in the blood" (Lev. ~17:11,14): while 40 2, 102 | of all good ~things, the blood was poured out, and the 41 2, 102 | the shedding of Christ's blood, and the ~abundance of His 42 2, 102 | Christ; and the wine, His blood, ~whereby we were redeemed; 43 2, 102 | arising from the shedding of blood and the ~slaying of animals. 44 2, 102 | themselves to the shedding of blood: for it is related (3 Kgs. ~ 45 2, 102 | they were all covered with blood." For this reason the Lord ~ 46 2, 102 | commanded to sprinkle the lamb's blood on the ~transoms of their 47 2, 102 | sprinkling or rubbing of the blood of the lamb on the ~door-posts, 48 2, 102 | pasch is sacrificed." The blood of the lamb, which ensured ~ 49 2, 102 | with the precious ~blood . . . of a lamb unspotted." 50 2, 102 | suffering from a flow of blood, ~whether from weakness, 51 2, 102 | sometimes employed human blood and seed. All these bodily 52 2, 102 | suffering from a ~flow of blood denotes the uncleanness 53 2, 102 | idolatry, on account of the ~blood which is offered up. The 54 2, 102 | dipped ~"his finger in her blood," and sprinkled "it over 55 2, 102 | the very sprinkling of blood pertained to the detestation 56 2, 102 | idolatry, in which the blood that was offered up was 57 2, 102 | skin and ~her flesh, her blood and dung being delivered 58 2, 102 | of the cow designated the blood of His Passion. And the " 59 2, 102 | dipped ~"his finger in her blood," because the mystery of 60 2, 102 | Christ's outward works; the "blood" ~denoted the subtle inward 61 2, 102 | had been immolated, ~its blood was taken, together with 62 2, 102 | taken, together with the blood of the calf, into the Holy ~ 63 2, 102 | sin by His Passion. The blood of the calf and of ~the 64 2, 102 | was opened to us by the blood of Christ's ~Passion. Their 65 2, 102 | which was dipped into the blood of the other sparrow which ~ 66 2, 102 | of sin: and some of ~the blood of the sacrifice was put 67 2, 102 | liquids were ~employed: viz. blood, against the corruption 68 2, 102 | against the corruption of the blood; oil, to denote ~the healing 69 2, 102 | moistened with some the blood and oil, in order ~to strengthen 70 2, 102 | foot were ~tinged with the blood of the sacrificial animal, 71 2, 102 | were ~sprinkled with the blood of the animal that had been 72 2, 102 | sacrificed, in ~memory of the blood of the lamb by which they 73 2, 102 | form ~Egypt through the blood of the lamb; and a basket 74 2, 102 | sprinkling of ~Christ's blood. And thus they should be 75 2, 102 | flesh is generated from blood. Since therefore all flesh 76 2, 102 | like manner neither should blood ~have been forbidden as 77 2, 102 | which is engendered from ~blood.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 78 2, 102 | Para. 3/4~With regard to blood and fat, they were forbidden 79 2, 102 | whatever without exception. Blood was forbidden, both in ~ 80 2, 102 | abhor the shedding of human ~blood, as stated above (A[3], 81 2, 102 | customary for men to collect the blood and to gather ~together 82 2, 102 | to whom they held ~the blood to be most acceptable. Hence 83 2, 102 | Hence the Lord commanded the blood to be ~poured out and to 84 2, 102 | strangled: ~because the blood of these animals would not 85 2, 102 | God; and, again, because blood and fat are not ~nutritious, 86 2, 102 | feet are swift to shed blood" ~(Ps. 13:3). The plover [* 87 2, 102 | unclean. By the prohibition of blood, fat and nerves, we are 88 2, 103 | consecrated by the sprinkling of ~blood and the anointing of oil; 89 2, 103 | that, by sprinkling the ~blood of the calf, the priest 90 2, 103 | says (Heb. 9:13) that "the blood of goats and of oxen, and 91 2, 103 | impossible that with the blood of oxen and goats sin should 92 2, 103 | by sprinkling them with ~blood, had no other effect but 93 2, 103 | sanctified "the people by His own blood" (Heb. 13:12). Moreover, ~ 94 2, 103 | sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from things strangled, 95 2, 103 | that the prohibition of ~blood signifies the prohibition 96 2, 103 | living side by side. Because blood and things strangled were ~ 97 2, 106 | entering into the Holies by the blood of ~Christ, a new . . . 98 2, 2 | 9:11: "Thou also, by the blood of Thy testament hast ~sent 99 2, 10 | God, and hath esteemed the blood of the testament unclean, 100 2, 25 | one who is akin to him by blood, or ~one who is united to 101 2, 25 | connected with us by ties of ~blood?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 102 2, 25 | united to us by ties of blood. For it is written (Prov. 103 2, 25 | way yield to the ties of blood." ~Moreover it is quite 104 2, 25 | united to us by ties of blood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 105 2, 25 | united to us by ties of blood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 106 2, 25 | say that friendship among blood relations is ~based upon 107 2, 29 | preferred to one who is a blood relation.~Aquin.: SMT SS 108 2, 38 | for them to slay or shed blood, and it is more ~fitting 109 2, 38 | ready to shed their own blood for Christ, so ~as to imitate 110 2, 38 | decreed that those who shed blood, even without sin, ~become 111 2, 38 | directed to the ~shedding of blood.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 112 2, 62 | him shall not be guilty of blood." Now it is much more lawful ~ 113 2, 65 | voice ~of thy brother's blood crieth to Me from the earth."~ 114 2, 65 | The voice of thy brother's blood," etc. says: "There ~is 115 2, 67 | ravening the prey to shed blood." Wherefore even ~as it 116 2, 79 | bullocks? or shall I drink the blood of goats?" but as signs 117 2, 79 | sprinkled with the victim's blood," according to Isidore ( 118 2, 81 | Thou not . . . revenge our blood on them that dwell on ~earth?" 119 2, 81 | their minds, even as the blood of Abel cried from the ~ 120 2, 81 | when they ~pray for their blood to be avenged." But this 121 2, 92 | suffering from an issue of blood, says: "Every sin ~is an 122 2, 93 | incantations and the ~sprinkling of blood, the dead seem to come to 123 2, 106 | leprosy (4 Kgs. 5). Again the blood of ~Christ lays the descendants 124 2, 106 | they said (Mt. 27:25): "His blood be upon us and upon our 125 2, 116 | ravening the prey to shed blood . . . and to run ~after 126 2, 120 | country, and also to other blood kindred, and to the ~well-wishers 127 2, 122 | For the shedding of one's blood for Christ's sake takes 128 2, 122 | warriors have sealed with their blood." Therefore ~martyrdom is 129 2, 152 | sacrificed to idols, and from blood, and from things strangled, ~ 130 2, 152 | and therefore to his other blood relations, who are descended 131 2, 152 | second reason is because blood relations must needs live 132 2, 152 | though ~they were of the same blood as himself. Wherefore Augustine 133 2, 152 | between persons related by blood, ~for instance between parents 134 2, 182 | have not yet resisted unto blood," says: "In this life no 135 2, 182 | strove against ~sin even unto blood." Therefore it would seem 136 2, 186 | have not yet resisted unto blood," says: "In this life there 137 2, 186 | fought ~against sin unto blood." Now to fight unto blood 138 2, 186 | blood." Now to fight unto blood is becoming those ~religious 139 2, 186 | at shedding the enemy's blood than ~at the shedding of 140 3, 5 | i.e. one of flesh ~and blood?~(3) Whether He ought to 141 3, 5 | Cor. 15:50): "Flesh and blood shall not ~[Vulg.: 'cannot'] 142 3, 5 | Therefore there is no flesh or blood in Him, but ~rather a heavenly 143 3, 5 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Flesh and blood are not taken here for the 144 3, 5 | substance of ~flesh and blood, but for the corruption 145 3, 22 | 38: ~"They shed innocent blood; the blood of their sons 146 3, 22 | shed innocent blood; the blood of their sons and of their ~ 147 3, 22 | heavenly glory) "through His Blood." Therefore Christ Himself, 148 3, 22 | Apostle says (Heb. 9:14): "The blood of Christ, Who ~by the Holy 149 3, 22 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." Moreover, He ~satisfied 150 3, 22 | death, when "by His own blood He entered into the ~Holies" ( 151 3, 22 | Holy of Holies with the blood of a ~he-goat and a calf, 152 3, 22 | enter by the virtue ~of His blood, which He shed for us on 153 3, 22 | with a solemn oblation of blood, as set down, Lev. 16:11. 154 3, 22 | reason of the shedding of ~blood, than by the priesthood 155 3, 25 | being saturated with His blood. Wherefore in each way it 156 3, 25 | contact of His holy body and blood, should be meetly worshiped; 157 3, 27 | into the Holies by His blood." It seems therefore that 158 3, 27 | sanctify the people by His own blood, ~suffered without the gate": 159 3, 31 | was formed from the purest blood of the Virgin?~(6) Whether 160 3, 31 | conceived of the Virgin's purest blood?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 161 3, 31 | of the ~Virgin's purest blood: For it is said in the collect ( 162 3, 31 | But flesh differs from blood. Therefore Christ's body 163 3, 31 | taken from the Virgin's blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 164 3, 31 | been formed from the man's blood, but rather from his ~flesh 165 3, 31 | formed from the Virgin's blood, but from her flesh and ~ 166 3, 31 | not formed from the purest blood but ~from the semen and 167 3, 31 | semen and the menstrual blood. Therefore it seems that 168 3, 31 | conceived of the purest blood of the Virgin.~Aquin.: SMT 169 3, 31 | from the Virgin's purest blood, formed Himself flesh, animated 170 3, 31 | Animal.), is the woman's blood, not any of her blood, but 171 3, 31 | s blood, not any of her blood, but brought to a ~more 172 3, 31 | the Virgin, but from her blood, which as yet is not actually 173 3, 31 | formed was actual flesh, but blood, which is ~flesh potentially.~ 174 3, 31 | seminally." But the ~menstrual blood, the flow of which is subject 175 3, 31 | expels. Of such menstrual blood ~infected with corruption 176 3, 31 | certain secretion of the pure blood which by a process ~of elimination 177 3, 31 | perfect than the rest of the blood. Nevertheless, it is tainted ~ 178 3, 31 | sexual intercourse this blood is drawn to a place apt 179 3, 31 | conception: because this ~blood was brought together in 180 3, 31 | the most chaste and purest blood of the Virgin."~Aquin.: 181 3, 31 | part of her body, but her blood which was her flesh ~potentially. 182 3, 31 | formed from the Virgin's blood, ~derived in its origin 183 3, 31 | by the matter whence this blood is taken, as neither is ~ 184 3, 32 | which He built with His blood. Secondly, His body may 185 3, 32 | which is the menstrual blood, but also the ~semen, which, 186 3, 33 | in order that the purest blood of the Virgin's body might ~ 187 3, 33 | was formed of the purest blood of the ~Virgin, as stated 188 3, 33 | in ~the same instant both blood and flesh, because thus 189 3, 33 | instant in which it was blood was distinct from the first 190 3, 33 | the local movement of the blood to the place of ~generation; 191 3, 33 | in which that ~matter was blood: but it is possible to fix 192 3, 35 | formed from her ~purest blood. And this is all that is 193 3, 37 | or in respect of ~some blood relation; thus a son is 194 3, 39 | entering into the holies by the blood of Christ." Wherefore not ~ 195 3, 44 | Making peace through the blood of ~His cross, both as to 196 3, 46 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." And this came of more 197 3, 46 | cleansed by the flowing of ~the blood from His side." And on Jn. 198 3, 46 | mysteries of His body ~and blood, and being held and bound 199 3, 46 | bodies of those beasts, whose blood is ~brought into the holies 200 3, 46 | sanctify the people by His ~own blood, suffered without the gate."~ 201 3, 47 | propitiation through faith in ~His blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 202 3, 48 | And they shed innocent blood: the blood of ~their sons 203 3, 48 | shed innocent blood: the blood of ~their sons and of their 204 3, 48 | bondage, that Christ ~paid His blood as the price of our redemption. 205 3, 48 | fathers: but with the precious blood of Christ, as of a ~lamb 206 3, 48 | redemption - His own precious blood - not to the ~devil, but 207 3, 48 | price it is. Now ~Christ's blood or His bodily life, which " 208 3, 48 | bodily life, which "is in the blood," is the price ~of our redemption ( 209 3, 48 | propitiation, ~through faith in His blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 210 3, 49 | from our sins in His own blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 211 3, 49 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." But the faith ~through 212 3, 49 | heavenly places - "through the blood of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 213 3, 49 | to come . . . by His own ~blood entered once into the Holies, 214 3, 49 | at the cost ~of Christ's blood. Consequently, before Christ' 215 3, 50 | communicated "to flesh and blood, that ~through death He 216 3, 51 | What profit is there in my blood, whilst I go down to corruption?" 217 3, 51 | corrupt, the profit of the blood shed will be ~lost."~Aquin.: 218 3, 52 | 9:11: "Thou ~also by the blood of Thy Testament hast sent 219 3, 52 | prisoners out of the pit, in the blood ~of His testament," that 220 3, 52 | 9:11: "Thou also by the blood of Thy testament hast sent 221 3, 52 | 9:11: "Thou also by the blood of Thy testament ~hast sent 222 3, 52 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." But the children who ~ 223 3, 53 | What profit is there in my blood?" ~that is, in the shedding 224 3, 53 | is, in the shedding of My blood, "while I go down," as by 225 3, 53 | the shedding ~of Christ's blood, if He did not rise at once."~ 226 3, 54 | rise entire. For flesh ~and blood belong to the integrity 227 3, 54 | Cor. 15:50): "Flesh and blood can ~not possess the kingdom 228 3, 54 | He did not have flesh and blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 229 3, 54 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, blood is one of the four humors. 230 3, 54 | Consequently, if Christ ~had blood, with equal reason He also 231 3, 54 | did ~not have flesh and blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[54] A[ 232 3, 54 | heaven. But ~some of His blood is kept as relics in various 233 3, 54 | clear that flesh, bones, blood, and other ~such things, 234 3, 54 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Flesh and blood are not to be taken there 235 3, 54 | the nature of ~flesh and blood, but, either for the guilt 236 3, 54 | for the guilt of flesh and blood, as Gregory ~says [*St. 237 3, 54 | corruption of ~flesh and blood: because, as Augustine says ( 238 3, 54 | mortality of flesh ~and blood." Therefore flesh according 239 3, 54 | Perchance by reason of ~the blood some keener critic will 240 3, 54 | press us and say; If the blood was" in ~the body of Christ 241 3, 54 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: All the blood which flowed from Christ' 242 3, 54 | of human nature. But the blood preserved as relics in ~ 243 3, 54 | convince those redeemed in His blood, how ~mercifully they have 244 3, 56 | from our sins in His own blood." Consequently, Christ's ~ 245 3, 57 | into the holies by" His "blood." Therefore it seems that ~ 246 3, 60 | man's holiness, viz. the blood of Christ; according to 247 3, 60 | sanctify the people by His own blood, suffered ~without the gate." 248 3, 61 | propitiation, through faith in His blood, to the showing ~of His 249 3, 62 | Cross there flowed water and blood, the former of which ~belongs 250 3, 62 | propitiation through faith in His ~Blood." Therefore the power of 251 3, 64 | propitiation ~through faith in His blood," which faith we proclaim 252 3, 65 | Son ~of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not have life 253 3, 65 | of Man, and drink of His blood, you shall not ~have life 254 3, 66 | flowed therefrom, but also blood. Therefore it seems that 255 3, 66 | can also be conferred with blood. And this seems to be more 256 3, 66 | from our sins in His own blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 257 3, 66 | Christ's side to wash us; blood, to ~redeem us. Wherefore 258 3, 66 | to ~redeem us. Wherefore blood belongs to the sacrament 259 3, 66 | from the power of Christ's blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 260 3, 66 | Baptism, as neither can the blood ~of an animal, or wine, 261 3, 66 | forth miraculously like the blood from a dead body, to ~prove 262 3, 66 | composed of the four elements; blood, proving that it was ~composed 263 3, 66 | viz. Baptism of ~Water, of Blood, and of the Spirit?~Aquin.: 264 3, 66 | as Baptism of Water, of Blood, and of the Spirit, i.e. 265 3, 66 | of ~Repentance, and of Blood." ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] 266 3, 66 | have made them white in the blood of the Lamb." In ~like manner 267 3, 66 | also without Baptism of ~Blood: forasmuch as his heart 268 3, 66 | and shall wash away ~the blood of Jerusalem out of the 269 3, 66 | 1~Whether the Baptism of Blood is the most excellent of 270 3, 66 | seems that the Baptism of Blood is not the most excellent 271 3, 66 | character; which the ~Baptism of Blood cannot do. Therefore the 272 3, 66 | Therefore the Baptism of Blood is not more ~excellent than 273 3, 66 | Further, the Baptism of Blood is of no avail without the 274 3, 66 | without the Baptism of ~Blood; for not only the martyrs 275 3, 66 | Therefore the Baptism of Blood ~is not the most excellent.~ 276 3, 66 | A[11]), the Baptism of Blood ~corresponds, so Christ' 277 3, 66 | according to Heb. 9:14: "The Blood of Christ, Who by the Holy ~ 278 3, 66 | excellent than the Baptism of Blood. Therefore the Baptism of 279 3, 66 | Therefore the Baptism of Blood is ~not the most excellent.~ 280 3, 66 | confessed; the latter with ~his blood. The former receives the 281 3, 66 | A[11]), the shedding of blood for ~Christ's sake, and 282 3, 66 | however, in the Baptism ~of Blood. For Christ's Passion acts 283 3, 66 | desire. but in the Baptism of Blood, by way of imitating the ~( 284 3, 66 | heart; but in the Baptism of Blood by the ~highest degree of 285 3, 66 | say that the Baptism of Blood is more excellent, considering 286 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: The shedding of blood is not in the nature of 287 3, 66 | clear that the Baptism of Blood ~includes the Baptism of 288 3, 68 | hath . . . ~esteemed the blood of the testament," i.e. 289 3, 69 | that "without shedding of ~blood there is no remission." 290 3, 70 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." ~Therefore circumcision 291 3, 72 | Christ by ~shedding their blood for the Faith. Therefore 292 3, 72 | to the shedding of ~their blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[72] A[ 293 3, 73 | flesh is meat indeed, and My blood is drink indeed." Therefore, 294 3, 73 | Son of Man, and ~drink His blood, you shall not have life 295 3, 73 | flesh is ~eaten and His blood drunk in this sacrament. 296 3, 73 | deprived of ~the body and blood of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 297 3, 73 | namely, of His flesh and blood: "He would have us understand 298 3, 73 | partaker of the body ~and blood of Christ, when in Baptism 299 3, 73 | sacrament of His body and blood for our sakes, in order ~ 300 3, 73 | propitiation, through faith in His blood." It was necessary accordingly ~ 301 3, 73 | greater than the ~body and blood of Christ, nor any more 302 3, 73 | the Holy of Holies with blood," as the Apostle ~proves 303 3, 73 | the effect, because by the blood of the Paschal Lamb the 304 3, 74 | Eucharistic bread with infants' blood drawn ~from tiny punctures 305 3, 74 | s Passion, in which the blood was ~separated from the 306 3, 74 | as the sacrament of the blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 307 3, 74 | health of the body, and ~the blood" under the species of wine " 308 3, 74 | of all flesh'] ~is in the blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 309 3, 74 | body to partake also of His blood, as will be stated later ~( 310 3, 74 | the water, but Christ's ~blood by the wine. Therefore when 311 3, 74 | memorial, ~water as well as blood flowed from His side. But 312 3, 74 | is the ~sacrament of the blood, is necessary for this sacrament. 313 3, 74 | OBJ 2: The shedding of the blood belonged directly to Christ' 314 3, 74 | Passion: for it is natural for blood to flow from a wounded human 315 3, 74 | elements; as by the flowing blood, it was ~shown to be composed 316 3, 74 | great quantity, because ~as blood flowed sensibly from Christ' 317 3, 74 | the wine is changed into blood: but ~such an opinion cannot 318 3, 74 | else save the body and the blood of ~Christ. Because, as 319 3, 74 | the wine is ~changed into blood, so the water is changed 320 3, 74 | wine, and the wine into blood. Now, this could not be 321 3, 75 | AND WINE INTO THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 322 3, 75 | wine into the body and ~blood of Christ; under which head 323 3, 75 | changed into the body and blood of Christ?~(4) Whether the 324 3, 75 | Son of Man, and drink His blood," etc., "Many of His disciples 325 3, 75 | you see, nor to drink the blood which they who crucify Me 326 3, 75 | truth of Christ's body and blood; for now by our ~Lord's 327 3, 75 | is truly food, and His ~blood is truly drink." And Ambrose 328 3, 75 | which we ~take, and His true blood which we drink."~Aquin.: 329 3, 75 | of Christ's true body and blood in this ~sacrament cannot 330 3, 75 | the ~truth of His body and blood. Hence (Jn. 6:57) he says: " 331 3, 75 | My flesh, and drinketh My blood, abideth in Me, and I in 332 3, 75 | that Christ's body and blood are not in this sacrament 333 3, 75 | and made them His body and blood": ~and further on: "The 334 3, 75 | sacrament, with the body and the blood of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 335 3, 75 | nothing else than the body end blood of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT 336 3, 75 | make from them His body and blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 337 3, 75 | while the body or the blood of Christ is the term ~" 338 3, 75 | into Christ's flesh and ~blood, have maintained that by 339 3, 75 | except the body and the blood of Christ, it will ~be necessary 340 3, 75 | substance of the body or blood of Christ, just as the form 341 3, 75 | whole ~substance of Christ's blood. Hence this is not a formal, 342 3, 75 | things, i.e. flesh and ~blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 343 3, 75 | human flesh, and to drink blood. And therefore ~Christ's 344 3, 75 | therefore ~Christ's flesh and blood are set before us to be 345 3, 75 | receive our Lord's body and blood invisibly, this may ~redound 346 3, 76 | is ~meat indeed, and My blood is drink indeed." Therefore, 347 3, 76 | Therefore, only the flesh and ~blood of Christ are contained 348 3, 76 | My body," or, "This is My blood." But from natural ~concomitance 349 3, 76 | partakers of the body and blood of Christ, not as taking 350 3, 76 | or of the wine into ~His blood, the accidents of both remain. 351 3, 76 | substance ~of Christ's body or blood is under this sacrament 352 3, 76 | dimensions of Christ's body or blood. Hence it is ~clear that 353 3, 76 | substance of Christ's body and blood is contained in this ~sacrament, 354 3, 76 | the name of flesh. But the blood is one of the parts of the 355 3, 76 | i). If, then, Christ's blood ~be contained under the 356 3, 76 | are contained there, the blood ought not to be consecrated 357 3, 76 | the sacrament, while the blood is there ~from real concomitance, 358 3, 76 | the species of wine the blood is ~present by the power 359 3, 76 | Godhead: because now Christ's blood is not ~separated from His 360 3, 76 | the bread, but without the blood; ~and, under the species 361 3, 76 | species of the wine, the blood would have been present ~ 362 3, 76 | s Passion, in which the blood was separated from the body; 363 3, 76 | the consecration of the blood mention is made of its ~ 364 3, 76 | faithful as food, and the blood as ~drink. Thirdly, it is 365 3, 76 | salvation of ~the body, and the blood for the salvation of the 366 3, 76 | from one another, as the blood ~was, but the body remained 367 3, 76 | therefore in this sacrament the blood is ~consecrated apart from 368 3, 76 | 3,4). But ~the flesh and blood which appear by miracle 369 3, 76 | into Christ's true body and blood. Therefore the body or ~ 370 3, 76 | Therefore the body or ~the blood of Christ is not under those 371 3, 76 | this sacrament flesh, or blood, or a child, is seen. ~Sometimes 372 3, 76 | outwardly saw flesh, or blood, or a child, while no ~change 373 3, 76 | rest, so that flesh, or blood, ~or a child, is seen. And, 374 3, 76 | apparition that Christ's body and blood are truly in this ~sacrament. 375 3, 77 | substance of ~Christ's body and blood, because the substance of 376 3, 77 | changed into the body ~and blood of Christ, they remain in 377 3, 77 | passed into the body and blood of ~Christ. Hence there 378 3, 77 | because, when the body and the blood of Christ succeed in ~this 379 3, 77 | wine, then the body and blood of Christ do ~not cease 380 3, 77 | then Christ's body and blood do not remain under this 381 3, 77 | generated out of the body ~and blood of Christ which are truly 382 3, 77 | converted into ~the body and blood of Christ, as was shown 383 3, 77 | return, except the body and blood ~of Christ be again changed 384 3, 77 | remain also the body and blood of Christ, which are ~not 385 3, 77 | My flesh, and drinketh My blood." Therefore it is ~Christ' 386 3, 77 | altar, are the true body and blood of Christ after consecration, ~ 387 3, 77 | the liquid and Christ's blood, which owing to its ~incorruptibility 388 3, 77 | wine is truly Christ's ~blood. Therefore the liquid added 389 3, 77 | would likewise be Christ's blood ~otherwise than by consecration, 390 3, 77 | is corrupted, so that the blood of Christ ~ceases to be 391 3, 77 | the whole, and so Christ's blood ceases to be there, since 392 3, 77 | evident that the body and blood of Christ abide in this ~ 393 3, 77 | numerically distinct, and the blood of Christ will remain there 394 3, 77 | of the species, Christ's ~blood will cease to be under that 395 3, 77 | the substance of Christ's blood. Nevertheless it is mixed 396 3, 77 | is not changed ~into the blood, nor is it mingled with 397 3, 77 | nor is it mingled with the blood, but, mixed with the ~accidents 398 3, 77 | extraneous liquid to ~cause the blood of Christ to cease to be 399 3, 77 | the substance of Christ's blood ceases to be under the ~ 400 3, 78 | the consecration of the blood is appropriate?~(4) Of the 401 3, 78 | This ~is the chalice of My blood"?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 402 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood." Because those words seem ~ 403 3, 78 | consecrated His ~body and blood. But Christ first blessed 404 3, 78 | the ~consecration of the blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 405 3, 78 | works appertaining to the blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 406 3, 78 | changed into his body and blood. ~Consequently, the aforesaid 407 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood." ~Secondly, because the 408 3, 78 | This ~is the chalice of My blood," etc.?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 409 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood, of the New and Eternal ~ 410 3, 78 | wine changed into Christ's ~blood, as is clear from what was 411 3, 78 | Therefore in this form the ~blood of Christ is improperly 412 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My ~blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 413 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My ~blood," there is perfect consecration 414 3, 78 | perfect consecration of the blood; and so the words ~which 415 3, 78 | that Christ's ~body and blood are only mystically present 416 3, 78 | sacrament, both as to body and blood, ~is a memorial of our Lord' 417 3, 78 | the consecration of the ~blood, than in the form of the 418 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood" alone belong ~to the substance 419 3, 78 | predicate, that is, of Christ's blood. consequently they belong 420 3, 78 | the new testament in My blood."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 421 3, 78 | This is the chalice ~of My blood," the change of the wine 422 3, 78 | change of the wine into blood is denoted, as explained ~ 423 3, 78 | is shown the power of the blood shed in the ~Passion, which 424 3, 78 | into the ~holies by the blood of Christ"; and in order 425 3, 78 | propitiation, through faith in His blood . . . that He Himself may 426 3, 78 | according to Heb. ~9:14: "The blood of Christ . . . shall cleanse 427 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood" is a ~figure of speech, 428 3, 78 | meaning is: "This is My blood contained in the chalice"; 429 3, 78 | now made, because Christ's blood is consecrated in this sacrament, ~ 430 3, 78 | implied under ~the notion of blood; consequently this had to 431 3, 78 | This is denoted by the blood being consecrated apart 432 3, 78 | by the Passion that the blood was separated from ~the 433 3, 78 | Q[76], A[2], ad 1), the blood ~consecrated apart expressly 434 3, 78 | the consecration of the ~blood rather than in that of the 435 3, 78 | through the virtue of the ~blood of Jesus Christ; because, 436 3, 78 | come in." Now ~Christ's blood was exhibited to men in 437 3, 78 | indeed dedicated without ~blood," which is evident from 438 3, 78 | people" saying: "This is the blood of the testament which the 439 3, 78 | Consequently, we say here, "The blood of the New ~Testament," 440 3, 78 | origin in the power of this blood, according as we ~are justified 441 3, 78 | Person is eternal, in ~Whose blood this testament is appointed.~ 442 3, 78 | hidden, because Christ's blood ~is in this sacrament in 443 3, 78 | the presence of Christ's ~blood in this sacrament. Moreover 444 3, 78 | stated above (ad 2), the blood consecrated apart ~represents 445 3, 78 | apart ~represents Christ's blood more expressively; and therefore 446 3, 78 | the consecration of the blood ~rather than in that of 447 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 8: The blood of Christ's Passion has 448 3, 78 | among the Jews, to whom the blood of the Old Testament was ~ 449 3, 78 | chapter 26:28: "This is My ~blood of the New Testament, which 450 3, 78 | wine into Christ's body and blood is a work ~not less miraculous 451 3, 78 | This is the chalice of My blood," etc.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 452 3, 78 | of the bread, so does His blood come to be there by the ~ 453 3, 78 | this sacrament ~without the blood, which is improper.~Aquin.: 454 3, 78 | for consecrating Christ's blood are spoken.~Aquin.: SMT 455 3, 78 | of the sacrament, and the blood by real ~concomitance; but 456 3, 78 | the wine, conversely, ~the blood of Christ is there by the 457 3, 79 | salvation of the body, and His blood ~for that of the soul." 458 3, 79 | sacred flesh and precious blood, which we receive ~in a 459 3, 79 | Immediately there came out blood and water" (Jn. 19:34): " 460 3, 79 | Mt. 26:28): "This ~is My blood . . . which shall be shed 461 3, 79 | flesh is meat indeed, and My blood is ~drink indeed."~Aquin.: 462 3, 79 | Lord betokened His body and blood in things which out of many 463 3, 79 | salvation of the body, and ~the blood for the salvation of the 464 3, 79 | This is the ~chalice of My blood, of the New and Eternal 465 3, 79 | greater than the body and the blood of Christ." But man ~satisfied 466 3, 79 | the most sacred body and blood of Thy Son, be filled with 467 3, 80 | receive the body without the blood?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 468 3, 80 | My flesh and drinketh My blood, abideth in Me, and I in ~ 469 3, 80 | guilty of the body and of the blood of the Lord": ~upon which 470 3, 80 | suffering from issue of blood, as Gregory writes to Augustine, 471 3, 80 | guilty of the body ~and blood of the Lord: but should 472 3, 80 | of nature: for, just as blood can flow without sin, so 473 3, 80 | which is superfluity of the blood, according to the Philosopher ~( 474 3, 80 | such as leprosy or issue of blood, or anything else of the ~ 475 3, 80 | Son of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not have life 476 3, 80 | spiritually, "of the body and blood of the Lord, when he is 477 3, 80 | If, whenever Christ's blood is shed, it is shed for 478 3, 80 | Son of Man, and drink His blood, you shall not have life 479 3, 80 | body of Christ without the blood?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 480 3, 80 | body of Christ without the ~blood. For Pope Gelasius says ( 481 3, 80 | the chalice of the sacred blood. I know not for what superstitious 482 3, 80 | body of Christ without His blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 483 3, 80 | and the drinking of the blood are ~required for the perfection 484 3, 80 | body be taken without the ~blood, it will be an imperfect 485 3, 80 | Passion is expressed in the blood rather ~than in the body; 486 3, 80 | above (Q[74], A[1]), the blood is ~offered for the health 487 3, 80 | the body rather than the blood. Therefore, such as ~approach 488 3, 80 | Christ's body without His blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 489 3, 80 | communicant without His blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 490 3, 80 | for both the body ~and the blood to be received, since the 491 3, 80 | Christ's body without the blood.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 492 3, 80 | happen in receiving the blood, for, if ~incautiously handled, 493 3, 80 | in some ~churches for the blood not to be offered to the 494 3, 80 | receive the body without the blood, provided that the priest 495 3, 80 | consecrated without ~the blood. But the body can be received 496 3, 80 | by the people without the blood: ~nor is this detrimental 497 3, 80 | offers ~and consumes the blood on behalf of all; and Christ 498 3, 81 | received His own body and blood?~(2) Whether He gave it 499 3, 81 | received His own body and blood?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[81] A[ 500 3, 81 | receive His own body and blood, ~because nothing ought


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